- Attendance at board meetings is open to all retirees who are members of IRO. If you would like to listen to your board at work, please send a request with one week’s notice to Barb Frank at Frankbarbara@sbcglobal.net.
- Are you a new retiree? Visit the IRO website where we have summarized key information.
FROM THE BOARD – Barb Frank, President
HONORING THE LEGACY OF ANDY GROVE
In honor of the life and legacy of Andy Grove, the Intel Foundation will match employee and retiree donations toward the International Rescue Committee, the organization responsible for assisting Andy Grove’s family in their journey from Austria to New York in the 1950s. Click here for details.
DO YOU KNOW OF SOMEONE AT INTEL WHO IS THINKING ABOUT RETIRING?
The process of retiring can generate questions and concerns, as well as anticipation. The Intel Retiree Organization (IRO) is here as a resource. Spread the word that our mailbox (email@example.com) is available to help with specific questions and/or to request a 1-on-1 with an IRO officer or committee chair. And don’t forget our web site at intelretiree.com which is the home of the Retirement Timeline. The Retirement Timeline has an entire section dedicated to “Pre-Retirement: Leaving Intel – What you need to know.” We strive to be a valuable resource for Intel retirees – old and new!
COMMUNICATION – Debbie Watson, Chairperson
MEMBERSHIP OF OUR FACEBOOK GROUP NOW EXCEEDS 600
Keep in touch with over 600 of your former coworkers by joining our Facebook Group. Any Intel Retiree Organization (IRO) member is free to join and participate to share their experiences, opinions or anything else of interest to fellow retirees. Let us know via our IRO Mailbox (firstname.lastname@example.org) if your Facebook name differs from your IRO member name because we verify your membership in IRO.
INTEL ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF 2016 INTEL INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
Approximately 1,700 high schoolers from over 75 countries, regions and territories competed for more than $4 million in awards. Click here to learn more.
VOLUNTEER – Ben Manny, Chairperson
NEW MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM TO BE ANNOUNCED IN JULY
Intel has informed us that the new Intel Matching Gifts program and system for donations to schools and charities will now be announced in July. The delay is to respect the employees affected by the May/June cutbacks. Click here for more details.
Confused by all of these changes and matching gifts programs? Click here for clarification.
WHERE IS THE INTEL INVOLVED PAYOUT CHECK FOR MY NON-PROFIT?
Last month we posted the first payout report listing the non-profits that have received checks for submitted 2015 volunteer hours. If the non-profit(s) you submitted hours for was not listed it is probably due to missing paperwork. Click here for details on what is required. At least two additional payouts will be made for non-profits who complete the paperwork late. Email (email@example.com) any specific question on missing payouts.
UPCOMING SITE SOCIAL EVENTS
Visit individual site calendars to view details of social activities in your area.
July luncheon, September afternoon social
Isotopes Baseball, August lunch, 1st Annual Dinner
June lunch; August lunch;
Oct. lunch and annual dinner
Dec. lunch; IGL 2016 golf season
SITE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
To view multi-site opportunities, visit the All Intel Sites Opportunity page.
– Get paid to become a STEM teacher;
– Free arts for abused children at the Arizona Science Center;
– 2016 GCU back to
school distribution at Grand Canyon University Arena
– Fun science experiments for students; – community outreach;
– environmental volunteers; – Boys & Girls Club of Peninsula
-Volunteer at Kaiser
– Junior Achievement;
– St. John’s Shelter for Women/Children;
– Sacramento Food Bank
and Family Services
– Habitat for Humanity;
– United Way of Tri-County;
– Wheat Community Connections
– Humanities Council is seeking judges for history contest;
– United Way of Central NM
– Elders in Action;
– community library;
– Peace Corp without leaving town;
– RISE family literacy program